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September 17th, 2020 | by

PHI, Felix & Paul team up to bring you closer to the infinite space in 2021

PHI Studio and Felix & Paul Studios announce the first joint venture in their history to create and market large-scale immersive projects including the traveling exhibition ​∞INFINITY: Living Among the Stars in collaboration with NASA and TIME. For these two Montreal leaders, this is a new step in a complementary and strategic partnership launched in 2014.

Scheduled for 2021, ​∞INFINITY: Living Among the Stars will transport visitors into space. Since December 2018, Felix & Paul Studios' VR cameras have been tracking astronaut missions from various countries and orbiting in and around the International Space Station with the collaboration of NASA and TIME. This large-scale traveling exhibition will exploit all the advances in technological storytelling and will visit several cities across North America and Europe over a period of five years.

With the first-ever virtual capture of a spacewalk, ​∞INFINITY: Living Among the Stars is the most ambitious film ever made at an altitude of 400 kilometers.

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